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e66d4 No.578

Body and facial language analysis is a most useful and under-represented/reported facet of human behavior. The show "Lie To Me" based on the work of Paul Ekman brought this topic a little bit of traction, but I've recently stumbled across a Youtube channel which very deliberately and surgically analyzes body language and facial cues in a manner that is relatively easy to interpret, learn, and develop an understanding of.
>inb4 e-celeb
This channel does not apparently feature the orator in any way that I've seen, the videos focus solely on various subjects both mainstream and not, and desu serves as a useful resource for anons wishing to learn more about the subject.
I'm sharing it on /ub/ cuz I feel that the subject in general deserves more notice for its viability, as well as to (hopefully) provide an entertaining venue for anons to become maybe a bit more savvy.
The channel is called Bombard's Body Language: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXG8i4PE6-mxh52nFKwMkcg/featured

This thread is therefore geared toward the discussion of body and facial language interpretation, encouraging a sharing of resources to develop an individual's ability to perceive beyond simply 'what people say'.

d54cc No.579

Nice, i Will be sure to check it out when I'm not drunk.

107ca No.580

>>579
I hope you like it. There are several analyses of Hillary Clinton which are quite revealing, assuming anons aren't aware of her sociopathic nature, and that's just one example.
Sociopaths in particular are some of the most useful case studies for body language, as can have the greatest potential for deliberate and masked (as much as possible, often training themselves) duplicity. It is my experience and opinion that identifying sociopaths is an important skill in navigating and progressing through life and society.

27e96 No.582




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